WILLARD, OH — Ted Patrick was identified as the man that died in a major car accident that happened in Willard, Ohio on Friday, January 30th, 2015. The news reports said that the accident happened at about 2:20 Friday morning.
28-year-old Ted Patrick died when the pickup truck he was driving and a utility truck collided for reasons currently unclear to accident investigators while driving on Highway 224. Officials believe that Patrick’s pickup crossed over the center line when it collided head-on with the utility truck.
Patrick was killed in the crash.
The investigation is being handled by the Ohio State Police.
Scene of the Accident
View from the Road
Are we sure the news got the details right on this one? The accident is only a few hours old at the time of writing, and can’t imagine all the details are in the hands of reporters this early in the game. This news article is probably based off preliminary police estimates, which are often refuted as incomplete or inaccurate upon closer inspection. If something doesn’t add up, an independent investigation can always be conducted to settle any lingering questions.
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